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Oct
9
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
ok, then i'd suggest cipher-tuning, and you might want to check with ssllabs.com. and please retest with -c 100
Oct
9
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
no cipher_suites?
Oct
9
answered How to downgrade nginx on Debian?
Oct
9
comment Negative Request Per Second observed?
what plugin do you use to check nginx?
Oct
9
comment Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
can you add your ssl_config, esp. cipher_suites?
Oct
9
answered Is this much (40x) nginx slowdown under HTTPS to be expected?
Oct
9
comment Apache DDOS Prevention
yeah, i overlooked the UA too :) this UA has been seen from other sources as malicious too
Oct
9
comment Apache DDOS Prevention
be carefull when advising such rules; your setup might fit a small site, but will fail when you have many mobile-clients that visit using the same ip via forced proxy. btw, for detectign and blocking ssh-brute-force i'd prefer denyhosts/fail2ban.
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
see my edits above
Oct
8
revised Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
added 655 characters in body
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
and there is a special rewrite-log; i'd turn it on on loglevel 5-9 and see whats happening. after this, i'd cd $docroot && find ./ -name '.ht*' -ls ; maybe some file is accidentially placed somewhere else in your docroot
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
strange. what happens when you move the file out of your docroot?
Oct
8
answered Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
Oct
8
answered Apache DDOS Prevention
Oct
8
comment nginx and try_files confusion
no, its not (very time consuming), esp. when considering to have a test environment especially for your case now (that is: someone who needs to test out things first). but, he, it's your uptime
Oct
6
comment FreeBSD Ngnix installation error
btw, what are your configure-options? i see you use dav which must be enabled manually. are you sure you have arut-nginx-dav-ext-module available?
Oct
6
comment FreeBSD Ngnix installation error
What shell i do next ? BASH ... SCNR :)
Oct
6
answered nginx errors “recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream”
Oct
6
revised Caching PHP pages, Varnish, nginx, other?
soem more about when and when not to use memcache
Oct
5
answered Caching PHP pages, Varnish, nginx, other?